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2 Sources: Deputy AG Rosenstein Threatened Nunes if He Kept Investigating DOJ, FBI

02/06/2018 11:25
By John Falkenberg On Friday night Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett spoke with conservative pundit Sean Hannity about the release of the controversial House Intelligence FISA memo, and  dropped a massive bombshell concerning Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and actions he took to keep the FISA memo hidden. Jarrett claimed that a source told him that Rosenstein threatened House Intelligence Comittee members in January if they did not stop their investigation. Then, on Saturday, Jarrett tweeted out that a second source had confirmed to him that Rosenstein went after Chairman Devin Nunes and other committee members.   “A 2nd source...

RBC Wealth Management USA

02/05/2018 12:45
by Allen Williams Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) is a huge conglomerate featuring global asset management which  “is the asset management division of Royal Bank of Canada” located  in Canada,  the United States, Europe, Asia-Pacific,  Middle East and Africa, Latin American and the Caribbean.   Your investments work hard to build the globalist vision of a new order. ”RBC is the 12th largest bank in the world based on market capitalization and the fifth largest in North America.”  Barron’s notes that RBC Wealth Management is looking to Grow having actively recruited a significant number of high profile investment managers over the last...

This Is Not A Mosquito! Look closely.

02/02/2018 11:21
by Staff   Small airborne drones modeled after birds, mosquitos and other insect types are in the planning stage, a new age of surveillance devices that can hide in plain sight for crowd control, tracking criminal suspects and surveilling political protests.  As early as 2008 military engineers were already experimenting with the design of insect size drones which can fly and spy on enemies without human risk.  The military wants smarter UAVs capable of navigating interior spaces autonomously, i.e. without GPS or remote control.  There is strong interest in developing small drones capable of spying virtually anywhere.  "The picture shown in...
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Gender identity issue steering culture in concerning direction

Walgreens 1The strange circumstances leading Walgreens to announce a new bathroom policy leaves some to believe we are moving down a "slippery slope."

Walgreens is now allowing people to use the bathroom of the gender with which they claim to identify. The nationwide policy took effect in November, and according to the Los Angeles Times, its adoption follows an incident last year in which a biological female – who is not transgender – was told she could not use the women's restroom because she looked like a man.